Warren Platner Stool
Design inspired by Warren Platner, available in 11 variations
This graceful steel stool is the epitome of Warren Platner’s iconic modernist style. Versatile in its placement, it can also be colour matched to any décor.
Egg Chair Stool
Design inspired by Arne Jacobsen, available in 6 variations
The Egg Chair is one of Arne Jacobsen’s most iconic designs, originally created for the Radisson SAS Hotel in Copenhagen in 1958. Beautifully curved and a stunning piece of design, Iconic Interiors offer a faithful reproduction of the original, along with the matching Egg Chair Stool.
Flux Pop Side Table
Design inspired by Douwe Jacobs and Tom Schouten, available in 8 variations
Who says space-saving furniture is boring? The Flux Pop goes from flat to WOW with just a few twists and turns of its colourful polypropylene shell.
Eames Style Stool
Design inspired by Charles and Ray Eames, available in 3 variations
UPDATE 2021: We are now offering the A, B and C version of the Eames stools. We now source these from our trusted factory in China. We found the solid walnut was simply too expensive. The stools are ash wood with a walnut stain. This has resulted in the stools being much more affordable. Updated photographs and video to follow soon. If you have any questions please do not hesitate contacting us.
LC8 Swivel Stool
Design inspired by Le Corbusier, available in 12 variations
Genuine modernist style, grace and sophistication in a comfortable and functional Stool, the LC8 Swivel Chair was designed to mirror the LC7 chair. Whether in combination or on its own, this is an ideal collector’s piece and an expression of aesthetic intelligence. Created by acclaimed designer Le Corbusier, the combination of the round, thickly padded seat and curving tubular steel base creates the illusion that the seat floats.
Design inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, available in 12 variations
If you think your bum is worthy of a seat fit for a king, you might consider parking it in the Barcelona Ottoman. This icon of “Modern Classical style,” painstakingly constructed of deeply tufted leather and gleaming stainless steel, was actually designed for royalty – created to provide seating for the King and Queen of Spain at Barcelona’s 1929 World’s fair.